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Mobile & Wireless

Cosynus says RIM losing OS market share to iOS, Android

Monday 21 January 2013 | 12:10 CET | News
German mobile business and unified messaging service provider Cosynus said Apple's mobile operating system is gaining market share among its 1,500 and more enterprise customers, Portel.de reported. In 2011, BlackBerry company RIM accounted for 68 percent of all licences for Cosynus Mobile Device Servers (MDS), while Apple's iOS had 29 percent and Google's Android had 3 percent. In 2012, RIM's share among Cosynus clients fell to 53 percent while the iOS share rose to 41 percent and Android's rose to 6 percent.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Apple / Cosynus / Google / MDS / Research In Motion
Countries: Germany
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